Here it is, "Show and tell" 2. These are all things that I have made the last few weeks to sell in my shop Fabrilushus. See it here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/Fabrilushus
I also have a Facebook page which is here: https://www.facebook.com/Fabrilushus I can do with some likes and shares if anybody wouldn't mind.
Guess what? I have actually sold a couple of things. Yes! I sold a cushion cover with a Siamese cat on it that I had accented with embroidery and I have sold 2 bum bags / fanny packs. The ones in the lovely doggie fabric. I actually only had one so had to make another.
OK, lets get started. I have made some other bum bags.
A new kind of felt flower brooch.
The next brooch went horribly wrong! I will not be selling this!! Coralie, Denise and I were experimenting with different ways to do things. This didn't work for me... this time. I will get it sussed out soon.
Of course Coralie's attempt worked beautifully. She made this shabby chic look, flower brooch.
Back to bags. I love making bags. This is another tote bag.
I made a larger version of the same tote bag and put a pocket on the front. This would be an ideal shopping bag or even a beach bag. I LOVE this one.
This is a different kind of bag. I got the pattern from my sewing magazine and they called this a sweetheart bag. It is made with gorgeous Riley Blake fabric from the Decadence range.
I made a glasses case in the same fabric.
I made another wall hanging, It is a tropical beach scene like the one in my 4 seasons wall hanging that I did last year. These individual hangings are much larger.
I love this next item. It is a table runner or table centre piece. I love the blue fabrics. I found this pattern on the Missouri Quilt Company web site. Missouri Quilt Co. have the best tutorials.
I had some fabric scraps so I made a set of 4 coasters / mug rugs to match. I used my crazy patchwork technique. Each one is different and they are totally random.
And so to burp cloths. I LOVE making burp cloths! So easy and yet so cute. Practical too.
That last one is the same as the one I made for my niece's baby.
That is it for now. Time to get on and make more. I am thinking more bags, more brooches, more burp cloths, more wall hangings. I have enjoyed those things. May add baby bibs to my repertoire.